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. since when has china's military spending made headlines? since today. the defense budget going up just as the president scaled back here. look at this, it is not real. it is another buzz creator. back to reality. "varney & company" about to begin. ♪ >> what exactly wanted to fix the problem caused by citizen united. what exactly does that mean? would you please turn the mic on. >> my counsel has advised me that i have not waived my constitutional rights under the fifth amendment. under his advise, i decline to comment. >> you will not tell us who wants to fix the problem. >> on the advice of my counsel, i exercise my fifth amendment right. >> ladies and gentlemen, seeking the truth is the obligation of this committee. i see no point in going further. i have no expectation that lois lerner will cooperate with this committee. >> may i ask my question? >> you are all free to leave, but the gentleman may ask his question. stuart: that was intense. it was almost uncomfortable watching it unfold. the main witness said nothing. lois lerner pleads the fifth, again. judge andrew napolitano is
is a quarter million dollars. cheryl: you are coming out in defense of bitcoin? why would you defend bitcoin when you lost this amount of dollars? >> this isn't a problem with the bitcoin technology or protocol. it is a problem with one individual company, mount gox -- mount gox in japan. was a shady company that was not very trustworthy. they had problems for years and ultimately i got burned because i had fun there. cheryl: they're looking into mount gox to see if there is attribution, but you have a full defense of bit:in general and you say when it comes to regulators, quote, they are focused on amplifying and in cities destruction. this happened in the u.s. the federal reserve, they would have your back, you would get your $300,000 back. at this point you have got nothing so why blame regulators who could have stopped this and could have saved you? for what happened to mount gox but you can't regulate await incompetence and failure. that is what people try to do in the u.s. financial system and we're left with these too big to fail companies that posed systemic risks to the entire syste
there are russian defense forces. kerry was god smacked. nbc's andrea mitchell told him putin said that. putin says there's an illegitimate government here in kiev. kerry says how can it be illegitimate when the parliament approved this government? putin says there are ant anti-semantic running in kiev. kerry says, i drove through kiev, i walked through kiev, how can that be the case, mr. putin? but let's look at the positive side of things. progress, kerry is going to be speaking to lavrov. nato and the russians will be speaking, as well. it's sluggish, but there is a ministerial level conversation going on. the russians maybe, despite mr. putin's comments about the illegitimatesy of this government, there was some progress there. but the hard proof is there are russian forces or pro russian forces, whatever you want to call it, on ukraine territory. talking about putin's speech yesterday, this is hard lined. it says the confessions of a mad adegreeson with a caricature of mr. putin. a humanitarian mission? and then we have a third bun referring to those shots and pictures of unarmed ukrainian air
, would you expect russia to come to their defense? >> the russians are coming off a pretty successful olympics. i do not think they want to provoke the type of international incident. but it is very fluid. there would be pressure for russians to come to the defense over the russian speaking population. the black sea fleet is going to be a big issue. >> scarlet, you have some important breaking news. >> we just got results from sears. $3.30 per share. revenues are in line with estimates. sales are down 6.4%. other company news. set to report. the annual report could be released this saturday. lego topping its rivals in asia. rose by theo single digits in the u.s. and europe and double digits elsewhere. don't take jamie dimon lightly. a j.p. morgan spokesman says he was saying that market volume is unpredictable at times like the weather. that is today's company news. we are focused on what happened overnight in crimea. >> we certainly are. >> that leads us to our twitter question. as vladimir putin part of the solution, part of the problem, how does he fit into the puzzle? tweet us. th
. in this particular case, this technology has been demonstrated back in 2010. the department of defense work bircher --m called walter that was to fly for five --rs at high altar to allow themnd would to have internet in the parts of the world that do not. >> a drone that can provide internet access. we should think of it like a satellite? orbiting satellite that has the ability to maneuver within the band they want to to sell for the conductivity of communication. if you look at africa, those that skipped a generation of cell phones. they never put power lines or hard cable lines in the ground. now they have cell phone coverage. this is the exact same thing they will do with the internet, skip a generation of the internet and now go through low-flying orbital satellites that are called unmanned aircraft systems or drones. would this compare to what google has been focused on? both of the companies are more interested in more people using internet around the globe. >> what google is doing is they were looking at balloons that would fly at the higher altitudes that would allow them to again use it as
. frugalityusterity and of the national defense. how do we project a state department policy if we are recovering from two wars and want to take the armed services back? >> with great difficulty. dimension is absence. this will not be a crisis that teachers u.s. military use of force. carriers are not going to the black sea. we are engaged at all, it is about what we say and do with our allies. we have no powerful course of instruments that can merge them on this front. by cap we learned anything about the way russia has made the moves? i've remember when georgia invaded the south. there was an interesting cyber attack that precluded that. i was wondering if you saw anything that happens in crimea that was similar? >> i think there is a lesson to be learned. i think the big lesson is to be learned from the administration. he got caught trying to negotiate a secret deal with putin about the missile defense system. russia may be violating the treaty without action by the administration. this administration has been pursuing an narrative that is just not accurate. it has put allies at a very disadvantage
. u.s. nato allies told defense secretary, chuck hagel today, their 5,000 troops wouldn't stay either. all u.s. forces pulling out is what most americans want according to recent polls. now, all the troops might be home by christmas. it's karzai's call. karzai's hinting he wants to make the call until after his re-election run in april. but there could be runoff election, could be delays, president obama's message tonight, his demand of karzai is to decide now. i'm steve handelsman, news4. >>> a senate panel is exploring the relationship between sexual assaults in the military, post traumatic stress disorder and suicide. the latest statistics from the pentagon show there is an epidemic of sexual assaults in the military. but victims are often too afraid to tell their supervisors. at a hearing today, service members testified about personal experiences after their own sexual assaults. >> my world as i knew it was falling apart. i feared being blamed and retaliated against. i was embarrassed. >> it was instance after instance of a failed system when i i became ostracized, singled out, p
motors could use that as a defense to avoid getting that higher penalty. this penalty is too low and it should be in the 200 million-dollar range and i hope the congress will finally raise it with the new legislation that will be coming up so that they really get a serious tone to you. >> you are right. >> we haven't seen this completely play out yet. and also the new president of general motors was had all of the product development and is overseeing quality control. yet as far as i know she did nothing and she is not the one who apologized. it was a person on earth who apologized to the american public. neil: in the meantime, dealers like him i left with the type of cars that he is selling. and oftentimes that is not fair. so do you think that all of the problems that gm is having beers later contributed to going slow on this investigatiin? i think that was a part of it. i think the government being involved was part of another government we and it was formed to cover this. to try to take care of this. it didn't happen. >> when you asked about this five or six years ago, this w
doing massachusetts. the same day that massachusetts came out, this court decided environmental defense versus duke which decided -- even when a defined term is construed a particular way, it doesn't mean the same term can be construed differently where context -- cannot be construed differently where context requires. that is why massachusetts, after indeed holding that the definition of pollutant included greenhouse gases, didn't go there -- stop there. it asked whether applying it to the title ii provisions on motor vehicles would yield extreme measures or counterintuitive results. only then did they direct the epa to apply the definition. they understood that the literal definition of pollutant was sufficiently broad that it should not be applied without some additional analysis of the context of the provisions. >> what else does it cover other than the -- mobile vehicles? >> there are multiple places where it appears in the act. they have interpreted the words, any air pollutant to mean any subset of the pollutants that this definition -- >> that is because the section that it is i
army. he described them as local defense forces, the united states calls their presence "a violation of international law." >> catherine: russia says a treaty with its neighbors allows for up to 25-thousand troops in crimea. >> catherine: >>"there are russian troops in crimea; there always have been. the russian black sea fleet is in the crimea, and that's many thousand people, but that is not an incursion." >> catherine: secretary of state john kerry is in kiev, capital of the ukraine, visiting a memorial for the protestors who died last week. the new government. in washington, president obama announced a billion dollars in loan guarantees and issued a new warning to moscow. >>"i think everybody recognizes that although russia has legitimate interests in what happens in a neighboring state that does not give it the right to use force as a means of exerting influence inside of of the state. the president's options are >> catherine: limited. economic pressure, russia could cut off 80 percent of ukraine's natural gas. and the pipelines that criss-cross the country also supply europe,
the defense ministers, saying president clinton ordered the test at 2:00 p.m. moscow time today. the report did not mention ukraine, one of russia's western neighbors, where months of protest have forced a pro-russia president to go into hiding. the president was not able to confirm the order and the defense ministry not available for comment. louisiana government bobby jindal is defending his harsh criticism of president obama saying, in america, we do not have a king. the republican was criticized by a democratic governor, molloy, on monday. after they emerged from others from a meeting with the president said the president seems to be waving the white flag of surrender on the economy. governor jindal in remarks earlier today says the white house in his words belongs to the people. he had a duty to speak his mind. is not at thea white house today. he is on the road traveling. minnesota focusing on the roads and railways. this fund is forecast to go broke as early as august enemies $100 billion over the next six years just to maintain current spending levels. c-span is covering the event y
to the president's new defense budget proposal. we're looking at possibly the fewest troops since before world war ii. and a higher reliance on machines and unmanned drones. our rich edson has the latest breakdown from d.c. how does it break down, rich? >> well it depend on what you're looking at in the aspect of this. when you talk about fewer troops in the field, you look at support that goes behind that. a lot of manned vehicles especially on the ground analysts pointing to perhaps some vehicles produced by oshkosh, general dynamics, bae systems. they're retiring specifics, u-2 spy-plane, classic from the cold war is retired. maintenance cost will go away from companies. literal combat shift. they scaled back that one. hits lockheed martin and general dynamics. two unmanned drones, predator and reaper, that is built by general atomics. that will be scaled back. specific programs here and anything used to support troops will get hit in this budget. melissa: who else gets hurt? >> well that is pretty much it from that perspective, especially when you scale that down. as far as the winners are con
.7% to decline 3/10 of one percent. when he back out defense transportation, 1.7% for the month of january defying expectations of a decline. we should mention the previous month's numbers for december were going to show bigger than reported declines. jobless claims coming out at a: 30 a.m. here's a number worse than expected. 348,000 jobless claims fire -- filed for last week. the average estimate was for 335,000. terms oflike a miss in economic data. durable goods are better than anticipated for the month of january and jobless claims worse. the taking a look at market reaction. we are seeing markets on the move. the dow jones also paring its loss by about 10 points, now down just 1/10. looking deeper into the data, give me your take on the goods. class it is good. you want to look past the headlines and see what businesses are defend debt spending. you take out defense and aircrafts nec a pretty solid gain for a month. the three month rolling average, we are up 6.6%. couple ofter a months. when you look at capital goods, it looks like this is is starting to spend again and ended decembe
and killed a person in self-defense. firminger did not fire his gun in that incident. the person's mother said the police were unnecessarily aggressive. she is happy to hear about the indictment that officers are accused of using their badges to committee crimes will now face justice. >> i think this is going to turn out for the best. it's going to force the chief to restore trust and respect in the community by cleaning up the department finally. >> reporter: firminger and four other police officers are due in federal court tomorrow. live in san francisco, i'm ryan takeo, kpix 5. >>> kpix 5's phil matier joins us now and tells us about other scandals san francisco police have dealt with in the past. it's not common. we are not chicago. we're not new york. this doesn't come down all the time in san francisco. it's rare. there are a lot of good cops out there. most of them are good. but there have been problems in the past. >> reporter: that's right. some of them have wound up in criminal court. others in the court of public opinion. for example, let's go back to 2002 when they assistant c
in the back of people's minds to my that you could get some kind of russian reaction. >> u.s. defense secretary chuck hagel is concerned as well. he spoke yesterday to a group of ministers in belgium. >> we expect other nations to expect ukraine's sovereignty and avoid provocative actions. that is why i am closely watching russia's military exercises along the ukrainian border, which they announced as you know, yesterday. i expect russia to be transparent about these activities and i urge them not to take any steps that could be misinterpreted or lead to miscalculation during a belly -- a very delicate time. >> would this fall into the category of steps that could be misinterpreted? this is a russian warship docked in habana, cuba yesterday -- havana, cuba yesterday. it went into service in the black sea back in 1988 before it was transferred seven years later to the northern fleet. this is according to russian media sources. neither cuban authorities, nor state media have mentioned the ships visit, unlike on previous tours by russian ships. does it, cold war? secretary john kerry sai
. >> is edwards noted a hero or traitor? it had nothing to do with privacy. andad to do with defense strategic threats. the army and navy and marines had nothing to do with anybody's privacy. it had to do with information that was damaging to our military. in ady who looks at it logical way looks at the information that he stole, it is hard to walk away and think that doing it to our enemy was anything less than treasonous. >> he may have gotten help from russia to carry this out. the technical capability of what he did was beyond his own. why do you think that? >> i look at this as a former fbi agent. there is a whole history starting in 2010. there is a large degree of suspicious behavior leading up to his decision to steal information. 95% of it had nothing to do with privacy issues or what the nsa was or was not doing to the citizens. information upth or texts of the united states and allows the army to protect soldiers overseas. it allowed the navy to protect itself in the south china sea. he may not have understood that information existed. we want to know how the scrape tool was develop
for the latest nice. we'll hear from secretary of state john kerry and secretary of defense chuck hagel. we'll have analysis on all of it from our panel of experts and with russia once more in the news we'll look back at a milestone "face the nation" interview. 60 years of news because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs
. ukraine called off the troops. >> reporter: ukraine's defense council said his country does not have the military to fend off russia. >> this is an aggression. even aggression is a threat of war. >> russia thought this brazen act of aggression. >> reporter: but no one is offering military support to ukraine. the u.s. is emphasizing diploma cy and sanctions. this afternoon, john kerry announced he will go to kiev. >> i believe russia will set its stage to try to present a different face on. in moscow a group of prokers prokers -- protesters showed support. president obama today spoke with his counter parts in great britain, poland and germany. the white house said all four leaders expressed grave concern about the invasion. and tonight the group of seven nations suspended its participation in the upcoming economic summit in sochi. >>> coming up at 10:30, heartfelt protests and prayers. what people here with roots in ukraine have to say about the crisis there. >>> new at 10:00 tonight, thieves hit a san francisco based animal rescue organization this weekend taking off with a vehicle f
not have the approval to do so. years held the monopoly. it's a joint venture between defense giants, lockheed martin and boeing. ceo says that he does not think that breaking up that monopoly in the name of competition will really have that big of a payoff. take a listen. >> they are important questions about how competitions will be structured. to ensure they are fair and open, and whether competition will actually save the savings promised. ultimately the question is whether savings from competition will be sufficient to offset the cost of duplicating existing capabilities. >> that is a sentiment not shared by the pentagon. they will later this year be opening up 14 more missions, four new entrances like spacex to take a chance of entering that market. >> any talk about russia today? i know that he told our rachel , embarrassing the u.s. has to thumb rides to russia. did that, but all? >> it did. -- come up at all? >> it did. musk pointed out that united launch alliance, the engine is actually manufactured in russia. iszing on everything that happening right now, the proposed econ
a defense -- >> no, the decision was met with cheers outside the capitol building. she was met with major corporations and -- the thing i don't like about twitter. to me, maybe i didn't know every nuance and detail about it, but just the idea that a lunch counter that someone would say, no, you're not being served here, somebody -- that was enough for me. i didn't realize how many different situations twitter people could come up with to show me that there was some time when this might make sense. it's like, i don't want to know all your splitting hair opinions about why personal freedom, it's like, okay, let's say you're a florist. someone comes in. they want you to do this at this. you don't like the way -- you know, all these different things about, if it's junior business, why can't you decide whether or not this is somewhere where you're going to -- >> you tie it right back to civil rights. the immediate reaction is, we don't serve your kind here. you can't say that. we decided that 50, 60 years ago. you can't do that. >> but i was like reading these -- where these convoluted situati
't matter whether you are a cyclical name, whether you are a defensive name, all the major groups are up, industrials, health care, consumer staples are up along with consumer discretionary. we've got very unusual volume movers. epam is paced in pennsylvania. they sell software and tech systems in eastern europe and the ukraine, so they were down big yesterday but, look, they're up 17% today, just sort of rocketed back. i want to walk you over here, come here. they got a competitor, luxsoft and i'm behind post nine. take a look, up almost 20% right now. they do outsourcing of i.t. services, they compete against epam, most of the engineers are based in the a ukraine even though the company is headquartered in sitland, it was down yesterday, look at it, they are up 20% today. they had a conference call that say it may be beneficial because it may lower labor costs in the ukraine, so they do outsourcing of i.t. services and lower labor costs mean better prices for its customers and ubs some of the big financial firms over there. you can see this whole thing has gotten very interesting finan
news, scarlett? >> a russian defense minister issuing orders to conduct a check of combat readiness of its military districts. they basically want to test the combat readiness of the armed forces across western russia on wednesday. ,his began at 2 p.m. local time running through march 3, which is next monday. so, russia is readying combat troops with urgent military drills that come up, of course, with the tension in ukraine increasing. you can see the dollar ruble increasing. raking through as the ukrainian the wordingt to use correctly, ukrainian currency collapsing earlier this morning. markets are reacting to this news. >> by the way, first the olympics, now we get the announcement on troop movements. right? >> first things first. if the cameras off, get the journalists out of the country. >> this is why they were officially following the upheaval in ukraine, now they are readying combat troops. >> coming up for you, to dollar trillion is what airbus predicts the global demand for airplanes will be in the next two decades. we will discuss, next. ♪ >> good morning, everyone. i
there be a trade-off. quick that is his defense. -- >> that is his defense. he takes on a host of people. he takes on the nfl odds tax-exempt status. taken on the nfl tax-exempt status. >> i guess it is good if everyone is upset. dave camp wants to change that private equity tax. >> that is right. he would change the rule for the carried interest that affects both the hedge fund committee -- community and the private equity community. they are just one of several groups that will go after that and complained about that. he says, you've got to look at the whole balance of what the financial industry will get out of a more healthy economy. he thinks 2 million jobs will be created. growth is perhaps 20% better, that is the figure you put out there. and he talks about the politics. it is a midterm election year, and there are some republicans that don't want to rock the ship. i asked him about that. has he put his own party on the spot? here is part of his response. >> we need to be engaged in the big issues of the day. growing the economy, creating jobs, and i have specific proposals to do that. that
. >> the struggle bruised his rest. what he did fight off the attempted robert successful it's not a defense the salmon te'o county sheriff's department recommends. >> we advise people if you're in this situation to not fight the back. listen to what they're trying to tell you to do because the most important thing is a property can be replaced but you cannot. down without taking any st of the suspects left the store in a white pickup truck. they have not caught the suspect only described as white 62 with a bit is to build three >> if you want to see more of the video and share with your friends we've posted the entire incident on our web site. you can get the full the video on 3 >> coming up for taking you to alaska to show you the dogs to show the dog race. slothful to act as a live look outside. san francisco were you can see traffic moving smoothly. the pavement starting to dry out. we should have the world famous iditarod starts today in anchorage alaska. and this year's race will test even the most prepared competitors. given a reports of their ground, open water and a sketch
. you have to fightor the strategy. neil: do you believe as president ds or at least defense department now seems to, that we don't need this membership soldiers becau they are around from the war in afghanistan, and war in iraq. we're unwinding from those areas, we don't need to be staffed to the dreee were? >> that may very well be true. on the other happened, i don't get the feeling that we have started from the sense of strej, th streablg, the world is awash in change, there are threats and ago fabulous opportunities to advance the anda of freedom, so weave to be ready. neil: secretary, i'm looking at putin, in the eyes of the world, they might not like him but they fear him,ncreasgly more so an our own president, he has done a lot of sabre rattles whether in ukraine or now, even in cuba. what do you make of what he is up to? how to we respond? >> he is a strong, autocrati kif leader, he actuay playing from a weak hand. so, certainly, he needs to see the strig on ou strej on our part, i remember when i was i marine corps bad camp at start of world war ii, sergeant hands me my rifle,
to me the defensive aspect of his game still needs to come around. there's an experience factor involved as well. we saw the warriors go out and trade for a veteran point guard last week in steve blake. >> and a former point guard back in the day. >> the shot is definitely dusty and rusty. >> he said it, not me. >> for a full hour of sports coverage, you can watch tonight at 10:30. >> we're back in a moment. >>> tonight at 11:00, some serious concerns about workers being exposed to radiation at hunters point in san francisco. we investigate allegations of contamination at the former naval shipyard. >>> the cupertino's company is first in the word. amazon is second. google is third and other top companies are ebay and sisco. the ranking is based on things like innovation. >> number fo >>> you'll see a few light showers that will pick up in intensi intensity. rain, a possibility of thunderstorms. and winds that could go as high as 50 miles per hour in the hills. we'll begin to clear out as we head through saturday afternoon and sunday. >> it willing be an active nig. we hope to see you ba
and a russian defense official is discussing ukraine with nato members in brussels as well. so, in this swirl of diplomacy russia's and the west's end games are beginning to emerge. washington and berlin are pushing a plan that would include international observers to replace the russian or pro-russian forces in crimea direct talks between moscow and kiev and new elections in may. now, the russians on the other hand, want to see a return of the ousted ukrainian leader victor yanukovych, he would head a national unity government and new elections in december. so, there's a gulf between these two sides. clearly. and that will be whittled down perhaps over the next number of days, but at least, carl they are talking again. and, by the way, if that doesn't work, don't expect to see russian forces pulling back in crimea anytime soon that could become the new norm. back to you, carl. >> one question, you know, you talk about the presence of the pro-russian forces. is it the sense where you are that putin blinked as "usa today" puts it today or that he simply quit while he was
a christmas tree in late february. >> great news. but be careful. >> yeah. drive carefully. drive defensively tomorrow. it's going to be pretty rough. >>> coming up, offensive graffiti in an upscale neighborhood. the malicious messages with a specific target. >> a food fight with your safety in mind. why a crackdown to prevent contamination is stuck on the shelf. ,,,, anncr: at jennie-o we heard of a place in iowa where every thursday people ride 10 miles for tacos. we thought we'd show up and surprise them with a better kind of taco made with jennie-o ground turkey cooked thoroughly to 165. i feed my kids turkey tacos over regular tacos any day. i think they are light and they are just fresh tasting. yeah. when i eat well, i feel well. anncr: it's time for a better taco. the tacos tonight were pretty much perfect. make the switch. look for jennie-o ground turkey in a store near you. alarm: new regulations the a is proposing to keep produce safe .. could put them out of business. but as allen mart reports, some consumers say it may ba price we have to pay. >>> organic farmers in california ar
of the bridge. >>reporter: once again cal-trans on the defensive over the latest issue on the new bay bridge. revelation that the lower deck misaligned in 10 places on the suspension portion. >> what we are talking about when we say miss alinement is at most an 8 mm. difference between the 2 decks. the public does not feel this or see this whatsoever. >>reporter: he says ting taken alone the misalignment may not be a big deal but on the heel of all the other issues. >> i have seen enough over the last two years to say we should pull back and look at the whole thing again. the risk are significant. maybe they are acceptable. maybe they are no not. >>reporter: among the risk cal-trans says 30 percent of the 2600 small bolt on the suspension portion are leaking. >> supposed to rain this weekend that might field additional information how it gets natural barrier rail. >>reporter: giant broken bolt discovered last year cal-trans maintenance all those that failed have been retrofitted and pass on remain dear so far revealed no additional problem problems. on treasure island, abc 7 news.
. >> reporter: in closing arguments thursday, kennedy's defense argued common sense and the lack of evidence will tell you there's no proof she was aware she ingested the zolpidem, a generic form of ambien. kennedy testified that on the morning of the accident, she mistakenly took a sleeping pill instead of her thyroid medication on her way to the gym. dr. david benjamin, a clinical pharmacologist testified for the defense. >> she drove for a long time without having any problem at all and then it hit her like a ton of bricks. >> reporter: in her closing, prosecutor doreen lloyd insisted that kennedy must have felt drowsy or dizzy before the accident. when someone falls asleep, they get tired, they get drowsy. they rest their eyes and fall asleep. lloyd closed by referencing kennedy's own book "speak truth to power" telling the jury, you will speak truth to power and convict kerry kennedy of the crime she committed. kennedy is also the ex-wife of new york governor andrew cuomo. now, to convict her, the jury has to find that, yes, she was driving, yes, she was driving under the influence of a
world, the u.s. army unveiled its first self driving vehicle. the department of defense made big push in recent years to put more automated technologies on the battlefield in an attempt to scale down personnel and put fewer soldiers at risk. we got inside look at the army's his newest tech. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> leave it to the military to be the latest in technology. i want to bring in cory johnson, our bloomberg west co. -- editor-at-large. investing in startups, specifically crowd funding. allhave been studying, for your research. >> interesting stuff. clearly just the senses. all sorts of safety devices going into cars 10 years ago. the carmakers love to talk about the stuff. every car show for the last six or seven years. they try to attach themselves to the coolest of consumer electronics. it is a little cooler than the car technology these days. >> it is becoming real business. it is the leader in collision avoidance technology. what they do is they have a little chip which teaches the car to recognize -- >> tesla is partnered with mobile app. >> they are partnered with the majority o
three years, the defense contractor, you want some fast movers, worked gunz dollars a day, a 20% on varney already. solar play, then again the candy. you get a little more upswept with a portfolio to grow, got some time to make mistakes but you want to build that cash. stuart: next one, last one, i am 30 years old or younger, i am ready to take risks and seize the money. charles: these are all stocks that -- not doing bad. it has got to be in it. i focused on revenue growth. these are high-flying companies, social play in china, they think they will grow 58%. zillow looking at 45%. the street looking for 131% growth and canadians will 60% growth. check these on a daily basis but don't get nervous. don't worry about that. stuart: if you are 20 years old u.s. 60 years. good stuff. now we are joined by dr. ben carson. as you know he is a world renowned neurosurgeon now retired by the way a critic of president obama and fox news contributor. we are asking every prominent person who comes on the show the same question which is has president obama fundamentally changed america? >> he
knowledge about when to cross, where to cross, how to cross, being defensive when you cross. it's good life skiles. that's what we're -- skills. that's what we're about, teaching life skills. >> reporter: we're reported on many pedestrian accidents and fatalities. many in your district. how will the program reduce the numbers? >> i think this a small piece of the puzzle. i'm starting to bring consciousness in the very young. not only will these crossing guards be influenced but the other students will see them and start to think why are they here? maybe i should be careful when i cross and drivers combined will think why are they here? it has a cascading effect for me and also my feeling is that if you start them young, their consciousness about pedestrian safety will stick with them forever. >> reporter: you want to expand this to other schools. what are we looking at in terms of the district and the city? >> i was hoping to have several pilot programs in district 7, my district. and there are two other schools lined up to get started and then the idea would be if it's successful -- and i
. against theng up strongest defense in the history. >> how will your interview be with the new guy? it will be totally different. >> addressing some of the biggest changes in technology, which is a move away from the things microsoft did, which is selling software to pcs. the pc is going away. >> pcs dinosaurs. let's move onto another industry some say risible dinosaurs -- thinking. --ns for an ipo yesterday plans announced yesterday for an ipo. erik schatzker joins us with the details. this is a boutique investment bank. >> i've a question for you, scarlet. why is moelis and co more like google than bowman sacks? >> i've never heard that comparison. >> the most interesting thing about his filing as he was to create a class of super voting stock so he alone gets to control the future of moelis and company. it will not be an independent board, just like google and facebook. >> are their demands for his shares like for google? >> well, m&a is on the upswing. volumes are at their highest since the third quarter 2008. historically when him and a begins to bubble up, you will see these
to hearing screams and gunshots. yesterday, his wife testified to hearing the same thing. defense attorneys say the couple discussed what they were going to say in court and that their testimony is not credible. pistorius is accused of killing his girlfriend. he said she thought she was an intruder. >>> the u.s. navy's newest ship is paying tribute to the men and women who lost their lives on flight 3 on 9/11. it will be fully commissioned on saturday in philadelphia. it carries a sign that says let's roll. that phrase was used by the brave passengers as they stormed the cockpit to stop the hijackers who had taken over flight 93. that plane did crash into a field in somerset county, pennsylvania which is how the navy ship was given its name now, one of the passengers on flight 93 was mark bingham from los gatos. a new documentary called the rugby player chronicles his life and career. it will be shown in san jose tomorrow and saturday. it's part of the film festival. that film festival runs for the sex two -- next two weeks. >>> a san jose world war ii vet has become an internet sensation.
, and attacked all day everyday. you can no longer rely on perimeter the defenses anymore. and you have to assume that you have been macked and you have to have the technologies to go in to analyze all of the data and look for the outliers and the statistical anomalies and the unusual pattern. it is a 24 by 7 issue to try to defend yourself against cyberterrorism. i think that the agencies are just doing everything that they can to analyze the data to make sure they are looking for the outlier pattern. i don't think that they are doing the level of intrusion on the day-to-day citizen that the press would appear. but they are certainly looking for the outlier patterns that say, this is something that needs to be watched. so, you know, we at splunk, we don't condone spying or any type of internal intrusion just like you wouldn't, but i think that it is the new reality that you have to be able to analyze the data and a lot of it in order to find that needle in the haystack and looking to the unusual thing. it is a careful balance, but i tell our daughters and we tell them just a assume that everythi
? are you going to cut in education? are you going to cut in defense? obviously with the minimum wage that doesn't increase the government budget. look, we're willing to look at combinations of things but the president has put his idea on the table. if my colleague paul ryan wants to put another idea on the table, we'll obviously take a look at that going forward. >> this is sort of symbol ig on both sides but to me, i was at least a little gratified, republicans think maybe you could do something with corporate taxation and, you know, something with the taxes that are staying overseas and do some infrastructure stuff, maybe they're open to that. at least there are seeds of what looks to be things that could get done. it's symbolic. i wish the president would be more persuasive about corporate tax reform. let me ask you one philosophical question, chris. >> yes. >> that is while we're trying to decide how to help people that need help, there are two thoughts. one is that we don't want to entrench people into dependency. you look at how many people are on food stamps now, how many peop
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